Farmers Market – Open Every Saturday!
1006 Peachtree Street in Rocky Mount
Strawberries are in at the Market!
Don’t miss the fresh baked breads, sweet local strawberries and you
won’t be able to resist the delicious kettle corn – it’s the first thing
you’ll smell when you arrive at the market.
SATURDAYS from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
April through December
TUESDAYS from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
During the months of June, July and August
Our Concession Stand is OPEN every Saturday . . .
featuring sandwiches, snacks and drinks.
What are Fresh Bucks? Fresh Bucks tokens are extra market dollars for SNAP/EBT users to spend on fresh fruits and vegetables at the market. For each dollar a SNAP user withdraws from their account they will be matched an additional dollar, up to a total of $20, of Fresh Bucks. Fresh Bucks can only be used for fresh produce – fruits and vegetables. Available while supply lasts.
Shop Local. Shop Healthy. Shop Fresh.
Featuring Local Produce, Homemade Baked Good, Local Seafood and Meats, Flowers and Personal Care Products
See list below of participating vendors and what you can expect to find at the market this week.
We feature Seasonal Produce from April to December!
Plus local, Got To Be NC grown produce is available at the market.
Reach out to vendors to pre-order and for curbside pickup!
Here’s A Listing of Current Vendors
All of the vendors below may not be at the Market every Tuesday or Saturday. We suggest that you reach our to the vendor directly to make sure they will be there when you plan to visit the market. Also take advantage of pre-ordering, farm or off-site pickup, and even delivery service by contacting the vendor(s) directly. Curbside pickup will also be an option.
List is subject to change.
3 STARS KETTLE CORN
Kettle corn Original (sweet and salty), Cheddar cheese, Caramel, and Caramel and apple. Also fried pork skins and flour chips.
3StarsKettleCorn.com l 3StarsKettleCorn@gmail.com
Variety of woods processed into charcoal for grilling or smoking.
252-326.0227 l LFBart30@aol.com
Pound Cakes and Baked Goods
252.822.2502 l Farm 1837 – Facebook
HS HOWELL FARMS
Produce Boxes, Full variety of seasonal produce – call for what’s available this week. Flowers, Fudge, Candies, Jams and Jellies and Biscuit and Bread Mixes
919.868.1391 l HSHowellFarms.com l HSHowellFarms@att.net
NOWELL FAMILY FARM
252-230-1176 l AMurrayMusic@hotmail.com
OMGOODNESS PIMENTO CHEESE
Original and Jalapeno Pimento Cheese
OOH LA LA SKIN CARE
Body Butter, Sugar Scrubs, Soaps, Lip Balm and Bath Bombs
407-476-7717 l DoUOohLaLa.com l OohLaLaSkinCare@DoUOohLaLa.com
TAR RIVER MICROFARM
Pottery and Microgreens
252.459.4168 l TarRiverMicro@gmail.com
TWIN OAK FARMS
Eggs, Bug Repellent, Shampoo, Soap, Lotion, Lip Balm and Skin Care Products
252.565.2760 l Twin2Oaks@aol.com
Video Featuring Sunburst Tomato Company
“According to guidance from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, farmers markets fall under the same classification as grocery stores and are considered an important source of food for local communities.”
– The N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
NCDA&CS stated the farmers markets that choose to operate during the coronavirus outbreak are required to follow the same federal or state orders given to grocery stores. Therefore, the Nash County Farmers Market is working with our local public officials and Nash County Health Department to implement safety measures to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. Opening the market, provides our community access to local foods while supporting our local agriculture community.
Safety Measures We Are Taking
We are following the recommendations from NCSU Food Safety for Farmers Markets. Please be assured we will continue to assess the situation and adjust accordingly.
- Sanitizing stations will be available throughout the market.
- All vendors will be spaced apart to allow for social distancing.
- On-site dining spaces have been eliminated.
- Frequent cleaning and sanitizing of market equipment.
- Face masks are required.
Here’s How You, As a Patron, Can Help
- Come to market in good health.
- Utilize hand sanitizing stations at the start and end of your visit to the market and refrain from touching your face.
- Avoid touching the produce and products you do not intend to buy.
- Allow vendors to bag your purchases. Many items will be pre-packaged and pre-priced for convenience.
- Practice social distancing – stay 6 feet away – in and around the market.
- Get in, get out and get home! Social distancing means that you won’t be able to stand around and chat with your favorite vendor for half an hour.
- Only one customer at a vendor’s booth at a time. To protect them, please refrain from bringing children to the market if at all possible.
- Pre-order your purchases – see list below.
- Wash all produce before consumption.
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